I recently moved to the UK from California. I have my house on the market in California for sale, thus it does not make sense to rent it while it is on the market. I notified USAA of my move and requested renter's insurance to cover the dwelling. It seems that USAA doesn't insure unoccupied homes.
My frustration is that I find out that I was declined/not accepted via a letter dated August 29, 2014 and just received today on September 15, 2014. Mail takes a while to get overseas. All other correspondence received via my online documents would suggest my house was insured with a renters policy. Telephone and email must not have been working. ;)
I actually find it difficult to even write this email because USAA has always been my top choice for most anything in the past. Unfortunately, I cannot endorse this approach anymore as a customer. I understand that USAA made a business decision. I am making a personal decision.
Why do I write this post. Please keep this in mind when you move and must sell your home and it is unoccupied.
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